In the arms of Union Soldier Hunter Breckinridge, Clair Sumner finds love both true and impossible. In a century that isn’t her own, she lives another woman's life, and loves another woman's husband. As she's haunted by visions of an eerie moonbow, Clair must risk her past and future for a passion that spans two worlds, and a love stronger than time itself.
"Once upon Forever" is like no other book I've read/listen to. Although utterly unrealistic the author was able to keep me engaged. Traveling through time the heroine's love spanned over 100 years; for a Yankee Officer and a Navy Pilot.
The book was solemn for the most part, but there were a couple of character that lived in the Kentucky hill country that brought humor into it. Especially the moonshine and coffin maker who believed two raccoons were his mother and father.
Ginger Cornish gave a good performance.
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